Recruitment Tools Web-based Resources and Personalized Assistance NEW! Research Participant Registry This registry of local research volunteers can be used to identify potential research participants. Submit a request online here. Marketing Tool Kit Examples of URMC-approved marketing media to be used for recruitment efforts. Learn more about recruitment marketing RSRB Policy/Guidance for Internet Based Research & Research Using Social Media Posting Open Research Studies Information on how to post your research study to most effectively find research subjects. Recruitment Consultation Services Information on how to set up a recruitment consultation. ResearchMatch ResearchMatch is a national recruitment registry that brings together researchers and people who are interested to learn more about research studies via a secure website. Learn more about ResearchMatch Education Video The CTSI has created a YouTube video that can be used to educate study participants about why it is important to get involved in research. Volunteer for Health Research Recruitment Enrollment Services Information on Emergency Medicine's Research Associate Program. Documents and Templates Principles of Recruitment - Things to consider when planning, implementing and evaluating recruitment into health research studies Feasiblity Assessment - Things to consider when doing a Feasibility Assessment for Recruitment and Retention of Research Subjects Recruitment Funnel - What is a Recruitment Funnel? How is it useful when planning a health research study? Data Collection - Why do we collect data? How do we collect data? Pre-Enrollment Tracking - Tracking recruitment prior to study enrollment Enrollment Tracking - Tracking subjects who enroll in health research studies, where do they come from? The Recruitment and Retention Program is part of the University of Rochester Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI). Research Help is the home for tools and resources to help research teams reach their goals. NIH Funding Acknowledgement ** Important ** All publications resulting from the utilization of CTSI resources are required to credit the CTSI grant by including the NIH FUNDING ACKNOWLEDGEMENT and must comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.